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© 2020 Relevant Protocols Inc.
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"Although everyone hopes that Pandexit, or the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, will come soon, the economic benefits will not be unalloyed. One plausible downside scenario is that current price pressures intensify and inflation rises further, _...Read More_
"Although everyone hopes that Pandexit, or the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, will come soon, the economic benefits will not be unalloyed. One plausible downside scenario is that current price pressures intensify and inflation rises further, _...Read More_
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Thanks for posting [@Lazygirl](/user/profile/Lazygirl) Seems to fit right in with neocolonialism. Foster a situation where developing countries suffer more> offer them loans at a later date> indenture the population and it's resources with debt.
Thanks for posting [@Lazygirl](/user/profile/Lazygirl) Seems to fit right in with neocolonialism. Foster a situation where developing countries suffer more> offer them loans at a later date> indenture the population and it's resources with debt.
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"Entirely eliminating infections is an unrealistic goal, but successful vaccines will avoid the worst outcomes."
"Entirely eliminating infections is an unrealistic goal, but successful vaccines will avoid the worst outcomes."
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"Once the virus spread peaks in the next few weeks and then gradually abates, it is likely that the economy will regain its momentum."
"Once the virus spread peaks in the next few weeks and then gradually abates, it is likely that the economy will regain its momentum."
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"Several Southeast Asian nations are raising doubts about the efficacy of China’s vaccines. The Biden administration has recently offered to provide shots, “no strings attached.”"
"Several Southeast Asian nations are raising doubts about the efficacy of China’s vaccines. The Biden administration has recently offered to provide shots, “no strings attached.”"
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"Tyson and Microsoft were the latest to require employees to be vaccinated. Other major employers have tried less sweeping approaches."
"Tyson and Microsoft were the latest to require employees to be vaccinated. Other major employers have tried less sweeping approaches."
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"The vaccines promised freedom, but political opportunists have spoiled that."
"The vaccines promised freedom, but political opportunists have spoiled that."
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>"Over 60 percent of Americans approve of the job that President Biden is doing handling the coronavirus pandemic, but _...Read More_
>"Over 60 percent of Americans approve of the job that President Biden is doing handling the coronavirus pandemic, but _...Read More_
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"Many emerging markets and developing countries face a dilemma: borrow and risk a debt crisis, or choose austerity and risk a development crisis. Resolving it will require policymakers to address two collective-action problems that markets _...Read More_
"Many emerging markets and developing countries face a dilemma: borrow and risk a debt crisis, or choose austerity and risk a development crisis. Resolving it will require policymakers to address two collective-action problems that markets _...Read More_
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"Widespread vaccination is helping America to boom, pushing core inflation to its highest rate since 1992. But delays in buying, making and deploying shots have left much of the world vulnerable to new virus outbreaks and economic _...Read More_
"Widespread vaccination is helping America to boom, pushing core inflation to its highest rate since 1992. But delays in buying, making and deploying shots have left much of the world vulnerable to new virus outbreaks and economic _...Read More_
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"Some national economies will return to their pre-COVID levels this year, others not until 2025. What does this imbalance mean for the global economy?"
"Some national economies will return to their pre-COVID levels this year, others not until 2025. What does this imbalance mean for the global economy?"
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>"The Mastercard Foundation is donating $1.3 billion to the pandemic response in Africa."
>"The Mastercard Foundation is donating $1.3 billion to the pandemic response in Africa."
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>"A foreign policy of global division makes Americans less safe."
>"A foreign policy of global division makes Americans less safe."
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"Concern over unexpected bills was one of the reasons respondents in a U.S. survey gave for hesitation about getting the shot."
"Concern over unexpected bills was one of the reasons respondents in a U.S. survey gave for hesitation about getting the shot."
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>"The country has experienced cycles of growth and contraction in domestic consumption as the pandemic has waxed and waned."
>"The country has experienced cycles of growth and contraction in domestic consumption as the pandemic has waxed and waned."